(iii) FORMS OF DIPLOMAS FOR THE DEGREE EXAMINATIONS. BACHELOR OF ARTS. This is to certify that obtained the Degree of Bachelor of Arts in this University in the Examination of 191 ; and that he was placed in the-Division. The subjects in which he was examined were English Literature, UNIVERSITY OF ALLAHABAD: -and. ; and that he was Degree of Master of Arts in this University in the Vice-Chancellor. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE. This is to certify that. obtained the Degree of Bachelor of Science in this University in the Examination of 191 ; and that he was placed in the Division. The subjects in which he was examined were English -and UNIVERSITY OF ALLAHABAD: The 191 Vice-Chancellor. APPENDIX A. MASTER OF SCIENCE This is to certify that obtained the Degree of Master of Science in this University in the Examination of 191 " in the in Division. UNIVERSITY OF ALLAHABAD: ; and that he was placed The -191 Vice-Chancellor. DOCTOR OF SCIENCE. This is to certify that has been admitted to the Degree of Doctor of Science in this University at the Convocation of 191 This is to certify that obtained the Degree of Licentiate of Teaching in this University in the Examination of 191; and that he was placed in the Division in Theory and in the This is to certify that obtained the Degree of Bachelor of Laws in this University in the Examination of 191 ; and that he was placed in the Class. UNIVERSITY OF ALLAHABAD: The 191 Vice-Chancellor. This is to certify that. -obtained the Degree of Master of Laws in this University in the Examination of 191 . UNIVERSITY OF ALLAHABAD: 1 admitted to the Degree of Doctor of Laws in this University at the Convocation of 191 Chancellor ΟΥ Vice-Chancellor. BACHELOR OF MEDICINE AND BACHELOR OF SURGERY. This is to certify that obtained the Degree of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery in this University in the Examination of 191 . Degree of Doctor of Medicine in this University in the Where applicable the words "and that he passed the examination therefor with distinction" should be added in manuscript. HONORARY DEGREE. This is to certify that the Honorary Degree of in this University has been conferred upon at the Convocation of 191 . VII. APPENDIX B. TEXT-BOOKS AND SYLLABUS PRESCRIBED FOR THE EXAMINATIONS OF 1918. MATRICULATION EXAMINATION. English. Three papers will be set. One paper will be set from the prescribed course in Prose and Poetry with questions on Grammar and Idiom.. A second paper will be set on 'unseen' passages with questions on Grammar and Idiom. A third paper will include (a) passages in an Indian vernacular (Urdu, Hindi, Mahratti, Gujrati, Bengali, Parbatia, Tamil, Telugu, Uriya) for translation into English; (6) a simple narrative or descriptive composition. In the case of candidates who offer English as their mother tongue the third paper will consist of an Essay. Books prescribed : Prose KINGSLEY'S HEROES. WASHINGTON IRVING: Rip Van Winkle and the Legend of Sleepy Hollow. (Egerton Smith, Longmans.) Poetry Indian Treasury of English Verse, Parts I and III. Head-masters are required to select at least one of the books in the subjoined list for supplementary reading in the High Section of their schools YONGE: Book of Golden Deeds. IVANHOE: Abridged by P. C. Wren. ROBINSON CRUSOE (Abridged Edition, Longmans or Blackie). PEEPS AT MANY LANDS: Egypt. Mathematics. There will be two papers in Mathematics, one paper in Arithmetic and Algebra, and a second paper in Geometry. The courses shall be as follows: (1) Arithmetic.-The whole of Arithmetic. (The use of Algebraical symbols and processes will be permitted.) (2) Algebra.-The four simple rules, Fractions, Greatest Common Measure, Least Common Multiple, Factors, Remainder Theorem, Proportion, Simple Equations of one or more unknown quantities with easy problems, Quadratic Equations with easy problems, and Theory of Quadratic Equations, Graphs and their applications. (Candidates will be provided with squared paper.) (3) Geometry.-Practical and Theoretical Geometry. The questions on Practical Geometry will be set on the constructions contained in the annexed Schedule A, together with easy extensions of them. All figures should be drawn accurately, for which purpose every candidate should provide himself with a graduated scale, a pair of set squares, a protractor, a compass and a hard pencil. The questions on Theoretical Geometry will consist of Theorems contained in the annexed Schedule B, together with easy extensions and deductions with numerical illustrations. Any proof of a proposition will be accepted which appears to the Examiners to form part of a systematic treatment of the subject; the order in which the theorems are stated in Schedule B is not imposed as the In the proof of the theorems sequence of their treatment. hypothetical constructions will be permitted. |